Crazy X-Stitcher Etc

October 1, 2007

Curvaceous Sarong Bag

Filed under: Sewing — xstitcherzo @ 2:20 pm

From one sarong, you can make 1 skirt, 1 wallet, 2 small yo-yos and 1 curvy bag. Not bad ah.

The bag is reversible. So it works both ways. This is the inner side of the bag. I’ve added the sarong and make 3 pockets. The sarong is interfaced. My handphone fits in snugged.

Inner side but the read side. I used red colour polyester fabric that feels like velvet. Since the fabric is quite thick/tough, I did not interfaced it.

And this is the outer side…front side. It is interfaced.

This is the outer side….back side.

This is me holding it…so can roughly see how small/big it is. The complete bag is 36.5cm by 27.7cm. My eldest sis asked if the contents would spilled out. NO, the contents would not spilled as the pockets are deep. And it is a hand-bag not haversack. Only items like handphone, keys, powder, comb, lip balm should be in there. You keep your Britannia Encylopedia at home. 🙂

A quick peek. And ready to be use.

The bag is still sitting in my drawer…all wrapped up in tissue paper.

Replies : Coral – Definitely have to do a 2nd one.

Emily – I guess it won’t hurt to have your purple bag comes with a purple purse ah.

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4 Comments »

  1. Wow!! That’s a unique bag and the sarong’s fabric is so vibrant. It matches the inner fabric so well. 🙂 Good work.

    Comment by Linda — October 1, 2007 @ 3:47 pm | Reply

  2. Wah! very good idea about the purse matching the bag, and while you are at it, how about a hairband? (Like the ones BJ sewed!) LOL

    Comment by Emily — October 1, 2007 @ 10:31 pm | Reply

  3. HEY! so sorry. havent been checking my blog. haha, anyways. i like the concept of the bag ! and the fabric is so nongya!

    any cross-stitch that is fully done?? haha, hows work anyways ?
    (:

    Comment by everina — October 2, 2007 @ 2:50 am | Reply

  4. Very creative. Loved that color!!

    Comment by Lillie — October 5, 2007 @ 9:53 am | Reply


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